• Sweet and Savory Potato Stacks

    March 13, 2014DishinandDishes

    Easter is but a mere month away, and inspired by last year’s Sweet Potato Au Gratin recipe, I continue to think that sweet potatoes are a MUST to serve alongside a ham or lamb roast for Easter.

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  • Chicken Tortellini Soup

    February 26, 2014DishinandDishes

    A quick and easy recipe for a creamy tomato based soup chock full of tortellini, chicken and chopped kale and spinach.

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  • Soba Noodles with Thai Peanut Sauce

    January 22, 2014DishinandDishes

    A delicious, easy and healthy recipe for a soba noodle salad with edamame other fresh ingredients with a Thai peanut sauce.

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  • Roasted Acorn Squash Crescents with Sage Pecan Pesto

    December 5, 2013DishinandDishes

    When I was a little girl, I remember my  mom and dad making acorn squash.  Mom would slice the squash in half, scoop out the seeds and fill it with butter and brown sugar and bake it until it was caramelized and browning on the top with the buttery sugar mixture forming a tiny pond…

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  • Twice or Thrice Baked Sweet Potatoes

    November 21, 2013DishinandDishes

    Holy heavens, you CAN’T believe how good these are! Twice baked sweet potatoes is a play on the traditional sweet potato casserole  my family demands every year at Thanksgiving. I call it “Good as Dessert Sweet Potatoes” because it can easily be eaten as dessert. I would never in a million years NOT make these…

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  • Brussels Sprouts Gratin

    November 14, 2013DishinandDishes

    Brussels sprouts… These brilliantly green miniature cabbages are packed with vitamins A and C and folic acid and are a great source of fiber, but sadly are underrated or unloved by many. Just bring up their name in a crowd of people and watch people instantly start making the icky face. Perhaps it’s because most…

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  • Pear, Blue Cheese, Walnut Salad

    October 22, 2013DishinandDishes

      It seems salads get left out in the cold, so to speak, in the fall. I love to make salads in the summer when it’s hot. I tend to utilize summer fruits like strawberries, blueberries and peaches in my salads along with some form of nut and shaved cheese. This salad, however, calls on…

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  • Kale Waldorf Salad – A Healthy Recipe Redo

    September 26, 2013DishinandDishes

    Growing up, my Mom used to make Waldorf Salad. I remember how the creamy coolness of the mayonnaise-based dressing was mixed all around crisp apple bites, crunchy walnuts and sweet juicy grapes. Mom always put baby marshmallows in her salad and the kid in me loved those little treats. Recently, however, I have been trying…

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  • Southern Country Green Beans and New Potatoes

    September 18, 2013DishinandDishes

    My Aunt Jane left me a post on my Facebook wall the other day saying “I made your Southern country red potatoes and green  beans recipe today…yummy!” I confess, it’s been so long since I’ve made these, I had to stop and think about what she was talking about. I learned to make this shortly…

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  • Roasted Beet Salad with Garlic Vinaigrette

    September 4, 2013DishinandDishes

    Lately I’ve had a little love affair with beets and recipes with beets.  I also have a love affair with mixed salad greens, particularly of late, thinly sliced kale (although not a lettuce) and spring mix, which I adore. I don’t know what it is, but I actually crave them.  Have you had fresh roasted…

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  • Chicken Caesar Salad – My Way

    July 18, 2013DishinandDishes

    Somehow on these hot 100º days here in Oklahoma, hot meals don’t seem so appealing anymore. Salads, on the other hand, are very appealing. Today after church, I was craving a Caesar salad with homemade dressing. Please let me say right up front. If you are one of those die-hard caesar salad lovers and think…

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  • Caprese Salad Redone

    July 10, 2013DishinandDishes

    A quick and easy redo on Caprese Salad.  Especially if you have mounds of basil growing in your backyard that you pick daily and a refrigerator full of leftover veggies from the teenage girl “make your own gourmet pizza” night we had Friday. Author: Katie of Dishin & Dishes Prep time: 5 mins Total time:…

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